In his version of Utopia, the small-minded socialist, known as John Kerry, was telling recent college graduates to prepare for a borderless world. Of course, today this hit the news:
Nearly half of voters in some of the European Union’s main member states want to have their own In/Out referendum just like Britain, a poll reveals. Forty-five per cent of voters in Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain and Sweden said they want to be able to vote on whether or not to remain in the EU.
Hmm… do you suppose that not everybody wants to live in a global commune with 6 billion other people?
Do you suppose that Mr. Kerry has a borderless property around his Massachusetts estate?
Would we expect any differently from Kerry and his ilk that were the primary drivers for the “peace agreement” with Iran?